herbs the word mouthwash
herbs the word mouthwash
herbs the word mouthwash
Herbs the Word Mouthwash
herbs the word mouthwash
herbs the word mouthwash
herbs the word mouthwash
Herbs the Word Mouthwash

Herbs the Word Mouthwash

$15.00 Sale Save
Style Refill (Metal Lid)

Only 2 left in stock

Alternative to mouthwash in plastic bottles.

Let’s concentrate. The health of the yapper is a measure of the health of the whole bod. Our mouths are a portal into our very being. Herbs always got our backs (mouths) when it comes to supporting the body’s highest order. The botanical buddies within this mouthwash concentrate promote repair and balance, not to mention a grin to get your sunnies out for.

2 fl oz

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Goes Great With:


    Purified water, extracts of garden sage (salvia officinalis)*, myrrh (commiphora myrrha), calendula (calendula officinalis)* and yerba mansa (anemopsis california), xylitol*, essential oils of peppermint (mentha x piperita)* and clove (syzygium aromaticum)*



    Glass jar with rubber, plastic, and glass dropper. Refill: glass jar with metal lid.

    How to Use

    Add a 1/3 dropper full (less for kiddos) to about a mouthful of water in a glass. After brushing, swish and gargle to your heart’s content twice a day.

    End of Life Recommendations

    Reuse, or recycle bottle in curbside recycling. Refill cap can be recycled in curbside recycling, however, small metal items should be placed in a larger metal can for recycling. Dropper can be recycled as follows:

    1. Drop off at your nearest personal care packaging recycling location. Learn more here.

    2. If you're local to Portland, OR, drop off at our shop during open hours. View hours here.

    3. Mail to us to recycle via Terracycle. Note that we don't offer shipping labels at this time. Learn more here.

    Where It Comes From

    Continuing a family legacy of herbalists and natural healers, Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde has built her company around providing handcrafted, herbal body care products to those seeking natural and effective alternatives to chemical-filled products. Like a witch over a cauldron, Budde experiments with age-old ingredients and recipes passed down from various healing traditions to craft innovatively simple products that are good for the body and the earth. Fat and the Moon is based in Grass Valley, California on Nisenan land.